100 Palestinian owned olive trees vandalized in West Bank

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 10, 2013 14:28

 
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One Hundred olive trees were vandalized in the morning on Friday in a Palestinian farm plot near Hirbat-A-Tuani in the West Bank north east of Hebron. 

Graffiti was also found at the scene against Palestinians. Security forces were investigating the vandalism.  

The IDF said it views such vandalism as severe which it said disturbed security in the area. 

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